Why Allah Doesn't Answer Dua?

Listen to the verse when Allah says, "I reply when they ask me" ["Call upon Me, I will answer you"(40:60)], the replying actually is for you and I to introspect the purpose of life and to align ourselves according to the will of Allah so, for example, if I go into sujood, I say O Allah I want this gorgeous, beautiful woman that I can feel very, very happy. But my life is indecent, my attitude is indecent, and my dream is to have this gorgeous wife so that I can parade her in public.

The intent of what I'm going to do with the spouse is problematic. Hence, Allah does not reply me. And if Allah does reply me, it's a punishment. Allah mentioned in the Qur'an. Do not be thinking that when I have given them wealth, it's a reward, it's a punishment, and I give them more and punish them even more so sometimes you get something you asked for and you wish you never had and it becomes a curse on you.

So you and I, the best form of prayer is to align the will of Allah in our hearts and to seek Allah what do you want from me? What do you want me to do? How do you want me to be in your service that you are pleased with me such that any prayer I seek from you, you reply with instantaneous results. In all these conversations we say O Allah I keep praying to you, but you don't answer me.

Look in the mirror. Maybe there's something wrong with you. That's why your answers, your prayers are not getting answered when we're looking for a spouse. Because all I want this perfect. But we are so difficult. We're so arrogant that the minute somebody worthy comes in our lives. No, no, no. I can't accept this one. This one's not rich. This one's not handsome. This one not beautiful. No, no, no.

Not my kind. We are very arrogant. Allah said, I sent one perfect for you, but you are too arrogant to see it. You lost it and then you keep going in sujood Allah please reply my prayers Allah says I did. But you ignored it. If you had perfected yourselves and had tried to perfect yourselves and to purify yourselves, you would have seen the mercy that came to you. But you missed the boat.